Rupert Colville, a spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said Friday that more than 90 civilians have been killed in northeastern Syria, according to Sputnik.
Since the Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria (October 9 – November 5), many accidents have been confirmed, leading to the deaths of about 92 civilians, he said.
Rupert Colville added that 49 people were killed by air, ground and sniper attacks, and 31 were killed by improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and unexploded ordnance in the Turkish operational areas, particularly in Hosaka, Raqqa and Aleppo.
In addition, the actions of the Kurdish forces have resulted in the deaths of 12 civilians.
It is worth noting that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced on October 9th the start of Turkish military operation "Spring of Peace" in Syria. According to him, the operation is aimed at fighting Kurdish militants and Islamic State group terrorists * in the border areas of northeastern Syria. The operation, however, ended after a week of global intervention.
Afterwards, Russian and Turkish Presidents Vladimir Putin and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan reached an agreement in Sochi on October 22, with Kurdish Kurdish militants ordered to retreat to a depth of 30 kilometers in northern Syria, and the two countries to joint patrols. In this area.
* Forbidden group in the Russian Federation